8 comments

  • Tim Knight, almost 2 years ago

    Nice work!

    Though I will say, the responsive mixin within your docs and code is exactly the code from my blog post on Creating a Dead Simple Sass Mixin to Handle Responsive Breakpoints. I'm glad that code was able to help you, it might be nice to have a link on the docs page and a code comment in the file to credit the concept.

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    • Dillon RaphaelDillon Raphael, almost 2 years ago

      Hey Tim! You're def the inspiration for this concept. Adding a link now, along with others.

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    • Peter Vogt, almost 2 years ago

      I'd like to give you a little e-high five for being so classy in your handling of this. It was nice with all the usual snarky ways people deal with little situations like this online.

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      • Dillon Raphael, almost 2 years ago

        I'm all for giving credit where it's due. Shout out to Tim for great SEO work haha. I reworked his example a bit in the new update I'm about to push, but will have a "special thanks" section in the docs for everyone who contributes to the project.

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        • Peter Vogt, almost 2 years ago

          Totally. Cool framework, also.

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        • Tim Knight, almost 2 years ago

          Haha. I never really thought about the SEO of that article to be honest. It was really just me documenting something I was working on for myself because I found myself always looking up the syntax for media queries. People just kind of ran with it and it's been included in several Sass projects since. But I definitely appreciate all the shout outs and e-high fives. I'm just glad it helped inspire your reworked example. Keep up the great work.

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  • Kevin Merisanu, almost 2 years ago

    love the simplicity

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